Lily Allen changes her next-year effort from 'Stuck on the Naughty' to 'It's Not Me, It's You'.
British singer and songwriter Lily Allen decides to change her upcoming sophomore album's title. Produced by Mark Ronson and Greg Kurstin, her forthcoming record was originally titled "Stuck on the Naughty Step" but it is now confirmed to be called "It's Not Me, It's You".
The album is expected to hit the market on February 9 and it will reportedly mark her move from ska to electro/pop sounds. Speaking of her next-year release, Lily says, "I've worked so hard. My next album is nearly finished. I'm on a two-week break and then I'm starting a massive promotional tour."
Beside lingering in the studio to get her album done, the "Smile" singer has also been in the recording room with Kaiser Chiefs. She has contributed as backing vocal on the band's new single "Always Happens Like That" off their third album "Off With Their Head", which will be released on October 20 in U.K.
In related news, Lily is ready to map an American roadshow after finally granted a work visa by the U.S. government. "It means I can tour America. I can go out there and finish what I started, which is something that I really wanted to do for a very long time. I'm so happy," she says.